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Fig. 14

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Composite probability distribution of M1500 and M for all the models at z ~ 4. The dashed black line represents the MM1500 trend found by González et al. (2011), and the dotted black lines show a scatter of ±0.5 dex. The solid red line shows a linear fit established by considering the whole composite probability distribution. The points overlaid show the median value properties for each object in the sample, black dots for “weak” nebular emitters and white dots for “strong” nebular emitters. The overlaid contour indicates the 68% integrated probabilities on the ensemble properties measured from the centroid of the distribution.

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